The 1949 film, Max O'Hara in Africa, with his horse.
O'Hara: (first his horse runs around in circles) Don't do that! Don't do that! (then it keeps bucking off the saddle) Can't you cooperate!
"Who do you think's gonna get the worst of this - Maxie, or Africa?!"
Watching O'Hara and Crawford peeking out form behind there hiding place before Jill laughs at them and tells them it's safe to come out. Something about to grown men hiding behind a tree just gets me.
At one point after breaking Joe out of police custody, an unfortunate vagrant tries sneaking into the truck he's being transported in. The poor guy almost goes berserk when he opens a truck door and sees a giant gorilla growling at him.
When O'Hara tries his heart attack routine on the police again, clutching his chest and staggering. This time the don't fall for the act for a second...
O'Hara: Oh! I think I'm gonna have another heart attack!
Schultz: (shoves O'Hara into a police car) Fine, have it in there!
Months after Joe's been saved and life has returned to normal for O'Hara he's approached by a young talent agent with an idea...
Agent: Maxie, I can get you a great act; it can work on a raft.
The obnoxious driver who Screams Like a Little Girl after Joe lands on his car. Joe takes one look and shakes his head with a "hmph".
Right after that, Joe sets off a car alarm by accident and tries to stop it by mashing the car, causing the alarm to run through several sounds you wouldn't normally hear in a car alarm, before it finally stops.